PETALING JAYA, Dec 2 – Her wedding was canceled three weeks ago, but Shasha Ali managed to pick up and took to social media for a solo wedding photo shoot.
Shasha lined up her thoughts on the canceled marriage under the hashtag #notabridebysomeday on her Instagram and shared her experience where she met her ex-fiancé through the Muslim dating app muzmatch, where they dated three times and he dated her in August this year. proposed marriage.
The couple were ready to meet with each other’s parents to receive their blessings and start their own marriage contract preparations in October.
“Some people thought the wedding was too rushed and too fast. But I believed it was destiny and if things are meant to be, they are meant to be ‘, she wrote on muzmatch’s blog.
However, three weeks before the wedding, Shasha received news that her ex-fiancé was canceling the wedding.
“I was deeply shocked by the news because I thought everything was going well.
“And he was financially dependent on me for our engagement, as his job was hit by the Covid-19 pandemic.
And I’ve always thought we’d make things work as long as we made time to listen and compromise in a relationship.
“But I never thought he would cancel the wedding and as time passed I didn’t hear a word from him or his relatives,” she said.
Although Shasha initially felt depressed and had to cancel her wedding arrangements on her own, she decided to go ahead with the photo shoot in her wedding dress.
Her story on her photographer’s Instagram @lightviewsg went viral with over 1,000 likes and posts praising her for being strong and independent in the continuation of the shoot.